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  • Spain demands an answer from Catalunya’s declaration of independence

    Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has revealed that the government has formally asked Catalonia if it has declared independence, after the Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont made his first speech following the controversial referendum on October 1.

  • Cryptocurrency supply reined in by Putin in Russia

    The issuance and circulation of cryptocurrencies in Russia should be controlled by the state, the relevant decision was made at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told reporters.

  • Moscow hopeful that crisis in Spain will be solved through dialogue

    Russia views the events in Catalonia as Spain’s domestic affairs and expects that the situation will be solved in the framework of the Spanish law with ensuring the guarantees of rights and freedoms of all citizens, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

  • Arrest in absentia of four Ukranians for attacks on Russian diplomatic forces

    Four Ukrainian nationals, including members of the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) Vladimir Parasyuk, have been arrested in absentia in Russia for attacking Russian diplomatic missions in 2014-2016 and put on the international wanted list, Russian Investigative Committee Spokesperson Svetlana Petrenko said on Wednesday.

  • David Cameron: A Modern Day Sheriff of Nottingham

    Since the public allegations thousands marched in London calling for his resignation. It appears that the Prime Minister doesn’t think there’s a cause for concern or for the need to be held accountable as he considers tax dodging a “private matter.”

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    London attacker acted alone, say police

    Deputy assistant commissioner Neil Basu said: “We must all accept that there is a possibility we will never understand why he did this.